Aman Gebru Profiled by University of Washington School of Law
Assistant Professor of Law Aman Gebru was profiled in the University of Washington School of Law Magazine. He talks about his passion for global issues and his time working in Ethiopa, focusing on the complexities of land rights in that country.
To date, his career has taken him across the globe into myriad roles at the University of Toronto, New York University Law School and the Cardozo School of Law - all of which happened after he came to the United States to study intellectual property at the University of Washington School of Law. Gebru joined Duquesne University School of Law in August 2019. He is teaching courses in the areas of property law and intellectual property law. His research focuses on issues at the intersection of intellectual property law, innovation policy, indigenous knowledge, economic development, trade and inequality.
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